From Capacity's website (capacity.tv)
Upgrade + Mobilize is our latest short film / experimental branding piece. It's a legendary story about good and evil, told through the synthesis of raw creative energy and inspired sound design. U+M employs a range of techniques, styles and disciplines that made the process of creating the piece both challenging and rewarding. A massive, sincere thanks to our whole team for pouring their hearts into this project, and a special thanks to Plaid for adding their musical genius into the mix.
Ellerey Gave, Alex Mapar, Benji Thiem, Mitsuka Thiem, Kenny Lutz, Ted Gore, Jonathan Larson, Aaron Schurman, Jennifer Gave, Mataya Gave, Jill Marklin, Dave Hummel, Anais Hong, Jonathan Wilson, Anna Freelove, Kris Szumowski
Music by Plaid
See more of our work here: vimeo.com/capacity
my short student movie.
i was alone working on this project.
i have many things to change, parts of the movie are still missing.
but you can have an idea with this first version.
i hope you'll enjoy.
A boy eats everything he can and doesn't know when to stop.
Major project for RMIT Animation course.
edit: go to flewterminal.wordpress.com for more info and images..
With nods to late night literary advertising and a graphical homage to the covers found on Penguin published books, this opening for *smilefaucet, a serial DVD project, desires the viewer to "undo" text presented on the screen. The fictitious book titles shown are anagrams and can be solved using the graphical hints provided adjacent to them. Once solved, the resulting text concerns a contemporary idea or occurrence that many in today's world may wish they could "undo". These subjects include The Patriot Act, Middle East Intervention, and Walter Reed.
Wooden models of the book covers were hand crafted to exploit a simple visual illusion of scale and then combined digitally with other text and graphic elements.
Links to a cryptology key to undo the anagrams and images of the wooden book models can be found here
All content and audio created by Kelly Meador & Daniel Elwing.
This is what i achieved after 20 exhausting hours of shooting on a green screen stage in Buenos Aires, in a single day. No budget at all; just me and some friends.
I composited, did the FX and everything else later on After Effects. My good friend Colin Devlin along with Brian Byrne created the amazing soundtrack you'll hear on it.
Editing by Sabrina Mottino.
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“ On a desert road a mysterious little box is the cause of a conflict between three characters. All characters are fascinated by the contents of the box and want to obtain it, no matter what. Confidence in each other and trust and distrust come close together in this animation. “
Our animated short "Tootles" just finished the rounds and is now public: vimeo.com/43602467
It got nominated for Best Children's Short at Animazing Spotlight 2012. Burbank CA.
I hope you like it!
Just uploaded my 3D animated graduation film The Travellers' Guide to Happiness about the circle of life.